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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 April 1876

9 ADVRRTI8ING IVTK,. SIJIJSCHIPTION TC-.VTES. i - One fni.y, nn year ...........$ 1 j0 Oen opy, fix month - One etipy, "hree miintli 5U No ilnloclinn from thefts mtcj umlcr ny circumstuncK. A we are impelled .y law to pay pnRO in advance m )ipr ent nulfide of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in ndranee. All ppcr wilt 1 promptly st-ii'pcd at the expiration of the time ulicrilii-il f r. All letter on luii-incss mut lie addrcwed tn JOHN' !' UAUniirT, I'uhrnher. THE HARTFORD HERALD. lt com:. niK mznxi.u of a xorsv wonr.n. the xews or m.t, xatioxs T.mrnEnixa at my hack.-' Una .. Two- li ZJI-k- ui 1.3(1 10.ni 15.ni IG.Oi lo.nt ?it- 2JI 4.Wj s.ei S.Oi 7J la.uti Three Vinr 2.5'M 3.01 1 4.01! 3.4i 10.li I3.M SLon Sl)l o.mi .10 to I L'til f Cl fi.nt ; n.ai .S.IM I3.011I ls.ooi 311.00 cl! moo! is.ot'l -m.oi-t. as. 5l.0rJ n.o HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY APKIL 12, 1876. NO. 14. VOL. 2. Fur hnr!r time, atprnjwirtlonatorstM. One inch of'Tiace etin4titntr a jonarffi COUN...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 April 1876

?1 S3? THE HERALD. JOIIX P. I1AKKKTT, Killtor. UARTrORD. OHIO "OI XTY, H.V. 1VKDXiyjIAY, APRIL IS. ISTO. THE KKKTI'fKl ItKIIOCItVCY. 'nIIIora.Sfiito'oiiviitlan lo Vm inn to an KlwturulTirkrt iinil .& potiif Irli-KulsN to the St. I.ouis oiir-ution. At a meeting of llm Democratic State Executive ami Central Commit tees this Jay, held at the office of Isaac Caldwell, in the city tif Louisville, a convention tif the Deniueratic party f Kentucky was called to meet in the ei ty of Ijonisi-illc on the 2.1th ilav of May, 1876. at 12 o'eloek, in., for the purpose of nominating a Democratic electoral ticket for Kentucky in the Presidential election of 187(5, and for the purpose of appointing delegates to the United States Democratic conven tion to be held at St. Louis on the 27th day of June, 1870, and to take other action for the organization and general good of the party. By resolution adopt ed at said meeting, the county com mittees for the several counties in the State are respectfull...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 April 1876

3 THE HERALD. IS rUULISIlKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING IN Till TOWN OP HARTFORD, OHIO COUNT!', KEXTl'CKV, BT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THE rBICR OP die Dollar ami Fifty cent ;wr 1 rtir. Job work of every description Jon with nethNi ami difpiteti.at city price. e oav a fiai line of joh types, and solicit the patronage ol Ibe business community. The ;Nfryf on erery eopj rj TiIK IIkkald prtud at thU ftrffrc. Otr termn of aubeertption are fcl 50 jter yrnrt firifl&fy it i a rawer. oJkONM (e tiier hun( jHffififtoNv rm oav raiitr. dnritiq the vear.ice tritt rrfnvd th oNjr ife on subscription, or furnith ulteri- brn fur the Mnerptrea term tetth any pujtcr of th tamepnee they may mtleet. JLdertirmnta tf buttttr wen are aoliettrd, tteept thoe o" taiMu Veeptr and deafer in in tiKTi-citiMj tiquort, tchick trt trill nut admit to on fwNMm NMffer any ctreuiMtam-e$. Alt CHMmttHicatioM and coutrthHtitini for pub t lent ion mni be uddreed tnth Editur Communication t in regard t advert imin(jtand jot cork ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 April 1876

THE 1 1 Ell A LD. l Ji.'I L, C'ulliiie mill .M:uuii;iMii(Mit or it Imrro. As I have IWn a tolmoco raior for -ID years, or nearly .-, I thought I Mould give to your miiiunms readers, llmmh t'ie column, of your valu able journal, my mode of cultivating and managing the weiil. If I can get a.-uitalilespell of went. i er, I-likc 10 liurn plant beds in damni fy, Using wood and burning until the ground i-. perfectly dry. 1 never burn if the ground is too wet for plowing. Alter burning I plow the lnil both ways with one-horse gopher plow, then pulverize with hoe, rake fir.-t with coarse rake, removing all roots, &c, and then with n finer rake, levelling the led as much as possible. J'or honing, I lay oil' the bed in rows o feet ap:irt each way, and u.-e one tablespoon fill of good seed to 100 Mpiare yards, .-owing each way. I rake in the seed with fine rake and roll the bed k as to make it smooth. The next thing 1 do is to cover the bed thickly with fine brush, removing the same about ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 April 1876

SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One copy, one year- 5 0o copy, fix month 1 Ono copy, .hrec months 50 No deduction from these rates under nny circurastancia. Ai we aro compelled by law to pay portage in advance on paper ent uutJide of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on ubicriptloni In advance. All papers will be promptly t.ipcd at the expiration of the time mibscril.ed f. r. All letter un limine tniit be n.I.lrcMc.l to JOHN HAKKKrT, I'uMUhrr. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CI11CUIT COtTKT. Hon. James Stuart, Judgo, Oncnsboro. lion. Jo. Haycraft, Attorney, Owcnsboro. A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K. R. Murrell, MjterCommiioner, Hartford. T. J. Smith, Sheriff, HartTord. E. L. Wire, Jailer, Hartford. Court begins on the second Mondays In May and November, and continues threo weskseaeh term. COUNTY COUIIT. Hon. W. F. Oregory, Judge, Hartford. CspU Sara. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford. J. V. Banderfcr, Attorney, Hartford. Oourt begins on the first Mond.iy In every wntb. QUAllTEltl.Y COUIIT. Heginonthe3rd ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 April 1876

Til E LIE K AL D . johs v. it.iKitiriT. Ktiiif. irAitxro!tirOiiio county, uy. WKDXF.smY, U'JXJMO, 1S7G. Wc invito c.Ucutio'; to the annouce- mcnt, in another column, of tho ' tltdaey of our popular and eteometl fellow citizen Judge YV. P. Gregory, for the ofboi of criminal judge of the ' Mq ,iiSCussion, and numerous precc 5th Jiuiicitd District. For tho in- j j(ints were qllolwi OII both s;,les. The formation of those who have no per-, I11:y-rtr;ty rc,M)rt waa ndapteil by a deci 80nal acquaintance with the J udgc, or ,i(Hj .,jority. Those voting aye were who do not know his antecedents, we would state that he is a graduate of McC'reary, Lawrence, and Hoar. The the Kentucky Military Institute of the ' UAya wcr0 Proctor Knott, Lyndc and class of 1857, read law with the late j lyC. The committee will nccording Judge Thos. It. Monroe, and gradu- jy rCp0rt a resolution to-morrow di nted in the law class of the Kentucky recUng 1C pergeant-at-arms not to Military Institute in li;&, sin...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 April 1876

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IX TW tows or BiMMRD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, IT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT Till TRICK or One Dollar and Fifty cent jkt Year. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We bare m fall lino of job types, and solicit the patronago f the business community. Tie jKwlnyf on erjf eo;y oj TliC llKRALD is prrinti it r lf office. 0r ttrmi of .NltcnjiIloM art i 50 perttar, immriaVj ! aJrancc. .... r SlmmU lr imMieatio, from enK, Jriylir .V car, ire tfiH rW.l .,,, fr o ,Hlnrripfio, or fnA fbter, Un for tie rr.rr.I lrrt ft hj of ' lamrpritt tWy lrr. .AifrrrfiM Mf " 1i"'" "re '; 4mtlllm " teeKTt a"'' rfrnfera m m- toiirntinj I.?..". triH o ' ' Mu Nir .l eimmtlnrr: 4H roMM'ritiMt ,i..r..rn'',Hriuor;ii(o Ma ! n .MrM"l fo .ViW. CfcniViMiMiitrjiin tlrtrtfigflil j wort mu.tbt aJdmtrd to lit I'Miilrr: Willie Itatr.er Urnjuon Nprliic Kin lion linn intent rorllic llprMltl. mull-. MattaorUrtl lo recrUf mibirlption In )rnvoii co...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 April 1876

THE IIEUALD. .' a HI C U L TU HA L Horse .StnliU'N. Tho breathing of pure air i ncec .arv to the exUtenee and the health of man and beast. It is comparatively lately that thi-i has been admitted, even m the management of our best s-lahles. They have been clo-e ami hot and foul, instead of airy and cool and wholesoine. If there U a loft above the stable, the' ceiling should be phistered, or tarred paper placed between the lloors, in oitler to prevent the foul air from penetrating to the ha)- above, and in juring both its taste and its wliole Mimeness. If the j-lablo i closed, the air will not only lw hot, but foul. The breath ing of every animal contaminate it; and when in the course of the night, with every aperture stopped it passes again through the lungs, the blood can not undergo its proper and healthy change; digestion will not be m perfectly performed, and all the functions of life are injured. Let the owner of a valuable horse think of his passing twenty or .twenty-two out of...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 April 1876

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, ono ycar $ 1 50 Orn copy, ix months.... 1 00 Ono copy, three months........ 60 No deduction from thcie, ratca under any circnmstane:s. As we nro compelled by law to pay postage, in advance on papers sent outside of Ohio county, we aro forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. Atl paper will bo promptly slapped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. Alt letters on business must bo addrosscd to JOHN BAHUETT, Publisher, COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT C0U11T. Hon. Jatncs Stuart, Judge, Owcnsboro. Hon. Joi. II y craft, Attorney, Owcnsboro. A. I., Morten, Clerk, Hartford. K. It. Mnrrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford. T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford. E. L. Wise, Jailer, Hartford. Court begins on the second Mondays in May and Jforomber, and continues three weeks each term. ' COUNTY COURT. Hon. W. F. (iregory, Judge, Hartford. Capt. Sam. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford. J. 1. andcrfer. Attorney, Hartford. Court begins on the first Monday In every month. Q...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 April 1876

THE HERALD. Jirss.v i itisiinrrr. icsjior. itAnrroiso. ojsso -ivrY, ky. wst"vyi ay. .iaKU. so, ira. Osir ffornitit (Sill. Is matter H-litical n welt as soci 1 no have flattered ourselves that wc IlllVn lx'I'Tl lilt Ulltlllin tnirit flf tlio'l.. T.,nit trw.fl'.ii- !;- inn'Mno l.n ' times We have flattered ourselves that wo hare accepted in good faith whut has been glowingly described as tho "situation." In a word we have been ready to swallow everything that ought to be swallowed, from black and blacker, up or down, to blackest. But there is one dose wo flatly say wc am not take, we mean onr servant girls. 1 run nn hygenic standpoint our ser f vani gins are nauseatins, irom amor al i.md point, a standing abomination from tho standpoint of decency they mcll rank to heaven from that of lion f-ty, thfT shock all our refined ideas, V. ther we fail in knowing how to man ... wiutr, house servants, or the "te, hou.-c servants fail in knowing . jv to manage us. hich ever wav it is, we arc no...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 April 1876

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IK TH TOWS OF mm, omo coustv. Kentucky, IT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THK TRICK or Out Dollar and Yifty rent jter Year. Job work of every description done with tifkiaess and dispatch, at city prices. Wo have a fi.lllinenfjobtjpes.and solicit the patronage of lle baine co-jiinunitv. Tkr pvtaye oa ertrg copy of The UlRALD is prepaid at this office. Oir feiau of tulteription are i 1 SO per year, .'srartcWy in advance. Should ike pttper tunptnd publication, from .V eawe, dnrimg lie ynr, k irfH rrfid the fe ott Mbcription, or furnish mln' irt r the mtrpirti term Kilt ny n;er o" tie ant price tkey moig select. AJrrrti'enrrtt of 4l"tei tr arr solicited; excrpt tose of snlo.t lief pen nnd detlrrs in im toxicatiof tiqnors, tcAir tee will ! iimiI lo our rvfxwns ier aii' irritliifr. jiif catiixiVrtft i imf contrihntitHt. fr pah licition rtntt be ada ssedtoth. '.if..-. t!ttnmuHieationitt .iirrf tandrcrti.iy,tind jnh Kork mnstbe addresse 'o tie .iofiAr....

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 April 1876

THE HERALD. . n RfCU LT URA L. Tin IHslioii s(.v or Niiillug t'tiilcr I'iljso Color. In this day, more tlmn hi jirolinlil y any other, tin tliii-f and villain conio lNjliiis-o! as saints, and iiwr so art fully llio track alon wliidi tlioy tray. rl, while doing their ill-dml. that tli disclosures, when thoj' come, are often more wonderful than the strange, Weird, fairy tales that ranked among the high delights of many of our child hood days. The world is full of sham and Mioddy. And, although the (! range started ofl with the idea that it would make a lmld and determined effort to ruin and utterly demoli.-h these abominations vet, already it i itself as great a victim of them as any thing that can Ikj named. I-iong ere this, the way in which the pml name of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry ha Iccn dragged into all wrts of bad company, the aburd and ineongruous relations lias brought the blnh of shame into many a cheek, and caused numbers of good, honest, straightforward Grangers, ev...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 May 1876

SUIJSCHIPTION KATES. One copy, nno year- $ 1 ii Oen cop j, fix months 1 Oil Ono copy, ihree months .. 50 No deduction from tlioio rates under any circumslano'S. As wo are compelled bj lair to pay pottage In advance on paprs lent outiide of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers trill be promptly (tapped at the expiration oi tue umo suoscriDeu I'.r. All letters on business must be addressed to JOHN P- BARKErT, Publisher. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. James Stuart, Judge, Oweniboro. lion. Js. Haycraft, Attorney, Oweniboro, A. L. Morton, Clerk, Uartford. K. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Uartford. T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Uartford. E. L. Wile, Jailer, Uartford. Court begins on the second Mondays in May and Norcmber, and continues threo vesica each term. COUNTY COURT, lion. V. F. Gregory, Judgo, Uartford. Cipt. Sam. K. Cox, Cleric, Hartford. J. P. SanJerfer, Attorney, Uartford. Court begins on tho first Mondiy In every month. QUARTER...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 May 1876

THE HERALD. JOIIX I 1 Vltltr.TT. i:illfor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3 .iR:r.. Ix this week's llAKTni:i llr.it.i.n is announced the candidacy of Judge "W. P. Gi:i:cjoi:Y,"of Ohio county, for the office of criminal judyreof the Pifth judicial district. Tlie ITi:nAU, after a very jut tribute to the ability and merit of Judge (.iMXirmv, calls upon the other counties comprii-ing the dis trict to unite in his support, claiming that, as Ohio county has'never enjoy ed the distinction of furnishing a circuit or district judge, it should now be fo honored, the citizen it presents being ltoth capable and worthy. The jM)pu- ! irity of Judge Gkixiory where lie is best known is Mich as will make the canvass interestingly lively for both of his opponents. Cgnlhiana Xncs. Spring Mch Letter. SrniNo Lick, May 1, lS7f. This day one week ago. Circuit Court commenced at Litchfield, his lionor Judge Stewart presiding. A is usually the case, a large crowd of the yeomanry of our county were in attendance on the firs...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 May 1876

- & THE HERALD. is runusiiKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IX TItg TOTS OP nARTFOED, OHIO COUNTY, KEXTLCKV. BT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT TIIS TRICE OP One Dollar ami Fifty ctnl per Year. Job work of every description done with sratnus and dispatch, at city price. AVehavc a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. Tie pontage on erery cop y oj TilK IIecald ii prejtaid at tkii office. Our Unt of mnbteriplian ore 51 50 rr year, inrariabty in adrattce. Should the w;r mtptntl publication, from amy cane, daring the year,ire xill refund the money dne on enbriptian, or fnruith $uheri htrt far tie nnerpirct term teith any pajter of the tame price they way eelect. Adtcrtivmentt of buiiurit men are eolieited; except thoe of taloon leepcr and dealer in 111 toxicatiny Honor, which ice will nut admit to our eolnmnt under any 'ircnmitancc. Alt commnnicaUyt and contribution for put Haitian nil he adtf-f'd to the Kditor. Comnnnicationtint iun ti.ndrertitinjtnd Job work m...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 May 1876

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL Cause and Cure of IIopj Cholera Probably the direct logics of Auicr ican fanners have been greater in hogs the past two or three years than in any other kind of stock or in any farm ci op. A correspondent of the Cin cinnati Uaxllc discourses on the sub ject of hog diseases generally, and gives a remedy which ho has found effective : Amomg sonfe of the causes which produce cholern may bo mentioned extreme and sudden change?; long hot and dry weather, as iu the year 1874 long dry and cold, as in the winter of 1874 and 1875, followed by tho un precedentcd rains which fell" during tho summer of 1875. These rains caused an extremely rapid growth of grass making it 'washy,' iunutrious, and defective in qualities calculated to excite the secretions ; and produc ing billiary derangements and conges tion in an already overtaxed liver that had suffered from an unparalleled long, cold winter, forcing the blood from the surface, unequolizing the circula tion and centeri...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 May 1876

-ovmvriwijct- .VTfy. 5 I V 1 ' ja aa rwJ ti- s TVr ' SJM lat PW.S a -aM lateattM a. m fail I riilif aH n co uk. mi: iikualu oka xoisr 'oi:u. tiik .vfiiiw of all .v.rro.v.v i.runKinx: at uv hack ' nAilTFORD0IIIO COUNTY, KY., MAY LO, 1870. AM m n vM W r-c--lt .yf4 taw i Cat t aJ itaa )avai 3,a a aa i m a m a aa at -tl tlra e li il ii mt tWr l-an- ' W r r. AH I II I - a llmtJ t VOL. 4 ' lataaa) 11 ixt as, fflv.mt NO. 18. jmHS r- it am. rr. !-, It' GaaBBt'l ajaaajaaa 00 ftaattavfB4aBft4 fiwbt imi l i iiaiaaffaft aM THE HARTFORD HERALD. l I Mr . i tw fir. ,.. . . n4.iti a ftaw sW tmt r r C0U.ITY DIRECTORY. CIlttVIT CI KT. Dm. frt. J "4. 0i-r. h. Jm. IUnR. AMfy, - rfl. JU I- N CterV. UartWl. U. U. UarrrW. iirrGmmbtirT, llartiard. T. J. SaaMi. sVrrrf. HarttWJ. E. L. Wla. JaKar. HartJwJ. CmtI lia ca the KoJ Mania j is Mar J NNrK, a&4 nMUaH m wr-la coati Uto- CUXTV OOCKT. llMb T. T. -rr. JaJff-, llartbrJ. Caj. Saaa. K. Ci, nl. IUiKmJ. J. r. fttlnfrr, Allora-y. ltartfrJ. Grt U-;i- a tU Cr...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 May 1876

THE HEKALD joii.V i. iiAituirrr. K.mor. AfRPXESDAY, MAY 10 .187(1. Ilini.vnn Coki: Governor c! Texas was elected U. S. Senator htfl week. Col. Clint T. Itulrtl. Our young friend nnd fellov-tovntr-mnii, C. T. llninl, lias recently liccn iipjHiintctl Deputy Insurance CV)inin!f pioner of this state. Clint is one of the lxt lmsinrtss men in Kentucky, nnd only needed a chance to convince the people of it, and vc nro glad to hear of Ids being placed in a position where he c m show his hand. Wo congratulate you on yourpiomotion, Clint, and wish "you abundant succos in -our new Held of labor. AVncaU the attention of our readers to the lettcrof It. R. Tierce on our first :?, in reference to the canvass for criminal judge in Breckinridge county. Mr. Picroo lHEu.-i with Mr- Truman in rcganl to the probable strength of Messrs. Ray and Murray in Breckin ridge county. We will not undertake to sy which one is in error, but at that time our fellow county man, Judge V. F. Gregory was not announced p...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 May 1876

THE HERALD. is ruur.isiiED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IX Tm TOWN OP HABIPOED, OHIO COUXIV, KEXTLTKY, BT JOHN T. BARRETT, AT THE TRICI of One Dollar and Fijly cents ;r 3 'ear. Job work of every description Jone with neatnss and dispatch, at city prices. We have a fall lino ofjobtype, and solicit the patronage of the baiinrit community. The pottage on erery copy J Till HERALD it prepaid at Hie ojftee. Uur termt of tulteription art $1 50 per year, iurariahly in adranee. Should tie paper impend publication, from any Ktxtr, during lit year, ire trill rrfnnd tie money due on WrJplfo, or fnrnith mb'eri bert for tie unexpired term Kith any paper of tie HM price tiry may eeltet. Adcertitemrntt of I.Hiinm men are tolinted; rreept thane of tatoon keeptre and dealer! in tH torieating liquor t, tiiei tee Kill not admit to our column under any :ireumttaueet. All eommnnieatione and contribution! for pub lieation hiniI I adirened to the Editor. Communication! in teaard toadrrrtiiinj,andjob teort unti...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 May 1876

THE HERALD. AGRICU Ll'U HA L. Trrntiurnt ol'llio Noil. The soil is the farmer a bank. If he would keep his account good and have his drafts honored, he mu.-t take rare that his fanning operations do not im poverish his land, lor that will evident ly impoverish him. There are those accounted good fanr. crs, because in the main they are reas onable successful in their management, yet who, nevertheless, blindly pursue methods that arc futile in accomplish ing desired results. There is much working in the dark, and sometimes n great waste of labor. There arc some things that are hard to be unlearned af ter they have been long practiced with apparently beneficial cflects, but which really had little agency in producing those effects. A hundred vcars and more no Jctho Tull believed and taught that by sufficient culture the soil would pro duce year after year, without manure. His theory brought disaster npon him ultimatelj, but there was a great lesson in his experience which farmers faile...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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